Entrance Exam: Gre GRE stand for Graduate Record Examinations is a general test. This is a multiple choice admission test to graduate schools. This test is administrated by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is sponsored by Graduate Record Examination Board. The GRE is a Computer-adaptive test (CAT), and it consists of three sections that are described below: Verbal: it consists of sentence completion, analogies, antonyms and reading comprehension. There are a total of 30 questions in this category that forms a total of 8oo marks. The time for this section is 30 minutes. Quant: it consists of problem solving, quant comparison, and graph based questions. There are a total of 28 questions in this category that forms a total of 8oo marks. The time for this section is 45 minutes. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA): it consists of perspective on an issue and Analysis of an argument. There are a total of 2 questions in this category that are given in grade. The time for the first question is 45 minutes and for the second it is 30 minutes. Each of the three sections is scored on the scale of 200 to 800. The average score of GRE are about 470 for verbal and 570 for the Quantitative. While applying for the particular schools check the GRE score they want because schools vary greatly in the weights they place in different sections in the admission procedure.